Donald Trump is using the “Trumped Up” ad campaign that launched Tuesday as a way to remind Americans that he’s still in the game and that he can still win.
The ad, titled “Trump,” tells viewers that the country is “truly a divided country.”
But in a stunning twist, Trump is not using the ad to call out a specific Republican or political party, but rather is taking shots at everyone.
“We’re going to win.
We’re going and we’re going big,” Trump says.
“That’s what we’re doing.
We’ve got to win and we’ve got an unbelievable team that’s going to come in and we have to win.”
The ad is also airing in Arizona and Nevada, as well as on Fox News and Facebook Live.
It comes after the presumptive Republican presidential nominee made an impromptu campaign stop in Phoenix this week, when he met with supporters of the Phoenix Suns.
The event featured Trump saying he would support any candidate who was able to bring about a “great rebirth” for the city, and Trump’s campaign is expected to be spending heavily on the event.
Trump has made his presence known in the race since launching his campaign in July, and he has been critical of the current crop of Republican candidates and GOP voters in general.